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Museums as catalysts for change

Nature Climate Change volume 7, pages 166167 (2017) | Download Citation

An international coalition of museums could play a critical role in coordinating more effective public communication on and engagement with climate change.

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  1. Morien Rees is at the Varanger museum, Grensen 1, 9800 Vadsø, Norway

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